The new social distancing regulations of table ordering and filling out of forms only lasted until the bottom of the second pint yesterday as pubs re-opened their doors once again. Well we say re-opened their doors once again, if the rumours are to be believed, some establishments in Gainsborough having secret drinks behind closed curtains.
Seaside towns across Lincolnshire have launched a new campaign warning people that if they come and visit, they will be hunted down by angry inbred locals with pitchforks and burning torches. If captured you shall be placed in a Wickerman along with other captured tourists and burnt. Following that the hungry seagulls will pick over
Thousands of Brits face economic and financial ruin after facing the sack for starting work late most mornings despite working from home during the lockdown period. It was originally thought by the powers that be that the idea of not having to get up and have a shower, get dressed and commute to a place
A Lincolnshire man who drank with mates in a ‘virtual pub’, has woken up with a very real hangover. Terry Kelham from the Birchwood Estate Lincoln, drank pint after pint of Stella with friends over Zoom to pass the time on Sunday evening during the coronavirus lockdown. Terry was baffled and bemused to emerge from
Coronavirus could kill off pubs ‘within days’ after punters told to stay at home. Beer loving Brits were told to stay away from pubs and other indoor spaces earlier by Boris Johnson because of coronavirus, but industry bosses warn this could be disastrous for their future. The British Beer and Pub Association has written to
Chaos as Wetherspoons evacuated for really Annoying Reason Spooner’s were forced to leave their hot meals at a popular city centre pub in Hull or ‘Hully-Gully Land’ as The Sausage likes to call it. Spooner’s were left clutching their pints and cigs in the freezing cold after they were evacuated on Sunday morning. It was
The UK government announced today that pubs, clubs and micro-brewery’s will once again be able to serve beer in pints after January 31st The ‘ Promised Land’ of Brexit Britain received another huge boost from the UK government today after a senior cabinet spokesperson confirmed that all pubs in the United Kingdom will be allowed